Dubai Taxi, Sharjah Transport sign MoU to integrate efforts


By a staff reporter

DUBAI: The Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) at the Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) have recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to integrate efforts to uplift the calibre of taxi services and bring them at par with world-class standards.

The MoU was signed by the CEO of Licensing Agency and Chairperson of DTC Supervisory Committee, Ahmed Hashim Bahrozyan and the Director General of Sharjah Transport, Abdullah Mohammed Al Zarri in the presence of top DTC officials, including the Acting CEO of DTC, Yousef Al Ali.

Also present from Sharjah Transport were the Director of Sharjah Taxi Khalfia Al Suwaidi, and Director of Corporate Communication Saeed Abdullah Al Buraimi.

Bahrozyan thanked the Sharjah Transport for responding to the invitation and seeking to establish a viable partnership between the DTC and Sharjah Transport.

“The signing of this MoU marks the renewed efforts to realise our common objectives and serve the mutual interests of both parties, and pave the way for enhancing the advancement potentials as well as drawing maximum benefits from the existing resources in a way that contributes to improving the taxi transport sector as it has crucial implications on the economic, social and service fields,” he stated.

The Acting CEO of Dubai Taxi Corporation Yousef Al Ali said: “Through this MoU, the DTC is aspiring to realise objectives shared with Sharjah Transport in order to maintain communication, interaction and coordination between the two parties to serve their mutual interests and exchange know-how and corporate expertise in all administrative and technical levels.”

This includes sharing relevant information and studies, exchanging visits, holding join meetings and making joint efforts to upgrade systems, legislations and regulations pertinent to taxi sector as well as offering and adopting initiatives related to this field.

“The MoU also calls for taking part in holding conferences, seminars and training courses of common concern with a view to improving the knowledge and skills of the staff of both parties, educating all beneficiaries of taxi service and cooperating in carrying out relevant studies.” More info